A top-four spot in the Premier League, wins over Manchester United and Man City and a Europa League campaign
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It is December 2019. West Ham has lost its ninth game in twelve, is ranked 17th in the Premier League and supposed ‘upper level’ manager Manuel Pellegrini has just been shown the door.
With unsavory protests on and off the pitch at London Stadium, co-chairs David Gold and David Sullivan are looking to David Moyes, the same manager they let go 18 months before, to turn things around.
To put it politely, Moyes’ statement of ‘This is what I do, I win’ on his second arrival in East London has been met with skepticism by Hammers fans.
But now – sitting fourth in the Premier League, having knocked out Manchester United and Manchester City from the Carabao Cup, and flying high on their European tour, has being a Hammer ever felt so good?
Watch the video below to see why talkSPORT Edge thinks so…
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